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Date Posted: 13:00:41 11/04/07 Wed
Author: jmo
Subject: I don't think they can throw out the high and low score, at least the irish points score because many competitions top results are based on getting one 100. If you take that away, what happens to the competition where 5 different dancers each got 100's? Although it surely would help and be fair to the dancer with the one ridiculously low score.
In reply to: Interesting proposition 's message, "Rotating judges of 5 or 7 would dramatically change the results. Is it more fair?Throw out the high and the low and average the middle 5?" on 17:06:09 10/04/07 Tue

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